UCL Psychology and Language Sciences


BSc Speech Sciences student Oli Cheadle presented with prestigious Travers Reid Award, by Michael Palin and Travers Reid

8 January 2016

Congratulations to Oli Cheadle, graduating BSc Speech Sciences student, who has been awarded the prestigious Travers Reid Award from the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children, for his project ‘Vibrotactile speech feedback: effects of synchronicity, amplitude and placement on stuttering frequency’ (supervised by Peter Howell).

The Award was presented to Oli by Travers Reid and Michael Palin at a ceremony at the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering children.

The annual award is made in honour of Travers Reid, the co-founder and Life President of Action for Stammering Children, the charity which supports The Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children.

Oli Cheadle being presented with his award by Michael Palin

Images:Top - Oli Cheadle with Traver Reid. Botton - Oli Cheadle with Michael Palin. With kind permission from Norbert Lieckfeldt, CEO of the British Stammering Association.